What are the best diverse pop-up books?

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    #1Kubla Khan: A Pop-Up Version

    Kubla Khan: A Pop-Up Version

    Kubla Khan: A Pop-Up Version of Coleridge's Classic is a literary fiction and poetry pop-up book written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and illustrated by Nick Bantock. It was published November 1, 1994 by Viking Adult.

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    Gregorio Gaytán
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "If you like poems with graphics this should be right up your alley. I read through this but really couldn't finish it. It's nice and has some wonderful poems but wasn't something I wanted to spend time to finish."
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    #2Voyage to the Heart of Matter

    Voyage to the Heart of Matter

    Voyage to the Heart of Matter: The ATLAS Experiment at CERN (Pop-Up Books) is a scientific children's pop-up book written by Emma Sanders and Anton Radevsky. It was published October 16, 2010 by Papadakis Dist.

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    Ananya Chavan
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "I thought I was going to have to travel to CERN to get this book. So I was more than happy when I was able to by it here. I was already aware of the ATLAS project and now I can have a detailed look for free."
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    #3Moby-Dick: A Pop-Up Book

    Moby-Dick: A Pop-Up Book
    Moby-Dick: A Pop-Up Book is a classical fictional children's pop-up book written by Sam Ita. It was published November 1, 2007 by Sterling.
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    Christine Pena
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I think that this solution is okay. The information has the facts of what is on the Amazon website but doesn't tell me what the story is about."
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    #4The Dwindling Party

    The Dwindling Party

    The Dwindling Party (A Pop-Up Book from Random House) is a fictional children's pop-up book written by Edward Gorey with the assistance of Ib Penick. It was published September 12, 1982 by Random House.

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    Celia Medina
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "Edward Gorey has proven on more than a few occasions to be easily noted among the worlds top authors. This intricately weaved story of the Dwindling Party, replete with pop-ups, is a true testament to that fact."
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    #5America's National Parks: A Pop-Up Book

    America's National Parks: A Pop-Up Book
    America's National Parks: A Pop-Up Book is a geographical children's pop-up book written by Don Compton and illustrated by Dave Ember. It was published April 8, 2013 by Farcountry Press.
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    James Warren
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "One of the best pop up books I've ever bought my children. Colorful, interesting, *and* educational. The kids and I like to go through it and talk about where we'd like to go someday, what it would be like, etc."
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    #6The Little Mermaid (Pop-Up Classics)

    The Little Mermaid (Pop-Up Classics)

    The Little Mermaid (Pop-Up Classics) is a classical fiction children's pop-up book written and illustrated by Robert Sabuda. It was published October 1, 2013 by Little Simon.

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    Pamela Butler
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I wouldn't call a mermaid story diverse. Diversity would be maybe a story about children from different cultures meeting and sharing experiences or a child moving to a new country with their parents and everything that they experience and go through as they grow."
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    #7Fairyopolis: A Flower Fairies Journal

    Fairyopolis: A Flower Fairies Journal

    Fairyopolis: A Flower Fairies Journal is a fantasy filled scientific children's pop-up book written by Glen Bird and Liz Catchpole. It was published October 20, 2005 by Warne.

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    Marilyn Hayes
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "If you are looking for a unique and diverse pop up book, I would recomment Fairyopolis: A Flower Fairies Journal. My daughter and son both highly enjoyed this book and ask me to read it to them from time to time. "
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    #8The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: A Commemorative Pop-up is a classic fictional children's pop-up book written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by Robert Sabuda. It was published October 1, 2000 by Little Simon.

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    Evelyn Castillo
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "Books just do so much more for the imagination than the movie counterpart could ever do. Anyone who grew up watching the film, which is practically everyone, should certainly do yourself the favor of reading this book and learning for yourself why books are often made into big production movies. And here, again, find out for yourself why the book is always so much more enjoyable for those who love to read. Judy Garland and company did a fine job bring the main characters to life. But nothing tops the wild imagination stirred in the reader by turning the pages for himself. Don't pass up this classic. Don't tell yourself it's a children's story either. Be a child again. There's nothing to stop you. Not even flying monkeys."
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    #9Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: A Pop-up Adaptation is a classical adaptation and children's pop-up book written by Lewis Carroll and illustrated by Robert Sabuda. It was published October 1, 2003 by Little Simon.

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    Timothy Medina
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I bought this book for my daughter on an impulse without much thought since the Alice in Wonderland seems like an good established kids theme. When I saw my daughter open the book I was enamored even more so by the stunning pop-up architecture of the book. I think I enjoy this pop-up book more than my daughter and I definitely recommend this for any parent looking for a great pop-up book that has good chance of capturing your kid's attention away from the TV."
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    #10The First Noel: A Christmas Carousel

    The First Noel: A Christmas Carousel

    The First Noel: A Christmas Carousel is a literary fiction and children's pop-up book written by Jan Pienkowski. It was published October 7, 2004 by Candlewick.

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    Ignacio Solano
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "This is a great book for kids. I enjoy reading it to my nieces and nephews when they come over during the holiday times. When its not being read it can double as a decoration for the holidays. One of the best to use is the pop up star in the book. "

Summary

Best What are the best diverse pop-up books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Kubla Khan: A Pop-Up VersionBooks 31 Paid
2Voyage to the Heart of MatterBooks 28 Paid
3Moby-Dick: A Pop-Up BookBooks 27 Paid
4The Dwindling PartyBooks 24 Paid
5America's National Parks: A Pop-Up BookBooks 23 Paid
6The Little Mermaid (Pop-Up Classics)Books 22 Paid
7Fairyopolis: A Flower Fairies JournalBooks 7 Paid
8The Wonderful Wizard of OzBooks 6 Paid
9Alice's Adventures in WonderlandBooks 3 Paid
10The First Noel: A Christmas CarouselBooks 1 Paid
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